Why not? After all, his forced 'land reform' policy has been a roaring success since 2000! As a result of the success, in a few short years Mugabe took his country from the bread basket of the world to the begging bowl of Africa. Genius! So it only makes sense to keep repeating the same
Mugarbage's VP Emmerson Mnangagwa had the following wise words to say:
Mnangagwa said there was need to resuscitate the country’s agro-based economy so that Zimbabweans could have food on the table.
"Those with multiple farms, we will take them, the few whites on farms, we will look into that and those with big farms, we will cut to size," Mnangagwa was quoted as saying.So, they're going to resuscitate the country's agriculture-based economy and put food on the table by removing the last few successful White farmers off their own rightful land and give the farms to clueless idiots??
Yeah, only in Africa and in the world of the noble savage with IQ67 does this type of logic make sense. When you're a moron then you don't know you're a moron, because in your world you're a genius. Same with the IQ67s. They think that when they put a White-mans suit on, wear fancy watches and drive expensive cars that it makes them more than what they are. And all the time, under that expensive suit they're still just an IQ67.
And I'm sure this all makes perfectly good sense to the other IQ67 chattering twits. They will still vote for Mugarbage no matter what he does to his country, while the rest of Zimbabwe sits in South Africa earning money to keep Zimbabwe's economy going, ensuring there's no pressure to force Zimbabwe to reform or to remove Mugarbage.
And this is the exact same land policy Zuma will follow soon, once he's run out of other clever ideas to ruin South Africa. Already his language has changed and he's chattering about reclaiming land and distributing it among his people (cough-cough-BS-cough).
It's only a matter of time until the savages are baying for the blood of the surviving White farmers in SA.
Hat tip: Gary